Dansker & Aspromonte Associates announced a PTSD scholarship for undergraduate students who are enrolled in a college or university. To apply for this $2500 scholarship, students can submit a thoughtful essay about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). All applications must be submitted by December 15, 2021. The offices of Dansker & Aspromonte Associates is closely associated with the site of the World Trade Center and understands firsthand the defining impacts and influences the events of September 11, 2001, had on the United States of America and especially in New York City. They are aware of the residual effects of the 9/11 aftermath on the citizens of NYC and responders and members of the military. So, this is why they are offering a scholarship, which can serve the dual purposes of helping a college student while simultaneously reminding him/her of the care that people suffering from PTSD need.
Scholarships are mostly awarded to students who have shown outstanding academic achievements. However, some scholarships do not require a high GPA and can be applied by anyone who is in need of financial aid to pay for the tuition and education-related expenses. Not all students are able to afford the rising tuition costs and everything that goes with living as a full-time student. They sometimes opt for part-time or side jobs to simultaneously earn for their expenses. But, this results in dividing their focus, time and effort into both studies and work. So, this is where scholarships come in to ease the burden on students.
Dansker & Aspromonte Associates, a premier New York City personal injury law firm, serves the entire New York Metropolitan Area. Their offices represent anyone who has suffered a serious personal injury, and it is important to choose the right law firm for such cases. Many factors must be taken into deliberation, and the three factors Dansker & Aspromonte thinks are the most important for thousands of personal injury clients across New York are specialization in personal injury and medical malpractice, trial lawyers, and treating clients like family. They have a winning record of success at trials and know how to win very well. They provide intelligent, aggressive, personal injury representation in all practice areas throughout the NY metro region.
Refer to the below table for more details of the scholarship:
|Organization||Dansker & Aspromonte Associates|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Application Deadline||December 15, 2021|
|Requirement||Completed application form with essay and unofficial transcript|
Who May Be Eligible
- Enrolled or about to enrol in undergraduate education in a college or university within the United States of America.
How to Apply
Eligible candidates can submit an essay focused on the topic of PTSD, which is a subject that remains near to the heart of New Yorkers affected by 9/11. Students must specifically focus on deconstructing one or more of the misunderstandings surrounding PTSD. More details about the essay can be found on the official website. The essay must be 750 words or less and submitted online in a PDF format along with a completed application form. The students also need to upload unofficial transcripts in one PDF file.
- 750 words or less essay on PTSD
- Unofficial transcript
- Completed form
Dansker&Aspromonte Associates PTSD scholarship is awarded to one undergraduate student. This $2500 scholarship can be used towards any expenses related to education. Also, this scholarship can serve the dual purposes of helping a college student while simultaneously reminding him/her of the care that people suffering from PTSD need.
All applications must be submitted by December 15, 2021.